The following attractions are located within 15 miles of BN72EL:
This opulent seaside home was remodelled in Indian style by John Nash 1815-1823for George, Prince Regent and later George IV. The Royal Pavilion grew over 35 years from a simple farmhouse to a spectacular palace.
Entrance fee: £5.80 / £3.40
Welcome to Sea Life - a network of marine life aquariums stretching across much of Europe. Each of our attractions offers a unique insight into the lives of a myriad creatures from shrimps to sharks.
Entrance fee: £7.50 / Children £4.50
From the high towers of Lewes Castle visitors can see both the town and the distant views of downs, river and forest. The best way to appreciate this view is to visit Barbican House Museum first and watch 'The Story of Lewes Town', a sound and light show based on a scale model of the town.
Entrance fee: £4.20 / £2.10
Anne of Cleves House is a 16th century timber-framed Wealden hall-house that formed part of Anne's divorce settlement from Henry VIII in 1541. The house contains wide-ranging collections of Sussex interest, including Sussex pottery, and the bedroom and kitchen are furnished to reflect an earlier period.
Entrance fee: £2.80 / £1.40
Perhaps the most successful British make in the history of motor sport was the Bentley. W.
Entrance fee: £5.50 / £3.80 (inc entry to Wildfowl Museum)
Dynamic and innovative new galleries provide greatly improved access to the Museum's nationally and locally important collections. Objects are displayed in stimulating contexts with a wide range of interpretative techniques, including the latest interactive information technology.
Entrance fee: Free admission
Step back into the Middle Ages with a visit to this 14th Century thatched Wealden Hall House.Trace the history of this magnificent building - the first to be acquired by the National Trust in 1896 - and discover why the chalk floor is soaked in sour milk! Explore the colourful cottage garden, and savour the idyllic setting beside Alfriston's famous parish church, with stunning views across the meandering River Cuckmere.
Entrance fee: Please check with venue
The Observatory Science Centre opened in April 1995, the domes and buildings and telescopes are being renovated and the Centre is a major venue for exhibitions, lectures and educational programmes. Research and training facilities are being developed in conjunction with local universities, colleges and technology-based businesses.
Entrance fee: Adults £6.50 Child £4.75 Senior £5.00
See well over 100,000 exhibits collected by Jan and Graham Upton during the past 40 years. Four floors of authentic shops, room-settings and with various displays covering 100 years of shopping and social history from 1850 to 1950.
Entrance fee: £3.50 / £2.50 children
Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway - Amusement Park in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Contact venue on telephone number 01323520229 for opening times, entrance costs, and attractions/rides available at this park.
A unique display of puppets from around the world, from Asian shadow puppets to over 300 years of Punch and Judy, to television puppets of today..
Entrance fee: £1.80 / £1.25
Discover the history of the Norman Pevensey Castle where William the Conqueror landed in 1066 and established his stronghold, who was granted Pevensey Castle shortly after the Norman Conquest. After his victory at Hastings, he gave the castle to his brother Robert, Count of Mortain.
Entrance fee: E3 / £1.50
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